Police Commission devolves its functions to provincesJuly 13, 2012, 10:07 pm
By Hemantha Randunu
The National Police Commission has opened eleven provincial and district offices to entertain and investigate complaints from the public against the police and its Special Task Force personnel.
According to the Police Commission sources the decision was taken to devolve its functions to the provinces with a view to making it easier for the public to obtain its services and to make that service more efficient.
Therefore, the Commission called on the public to direct any such complaints against the police to their respective provincial offices.
Under this programme nine provincial and two district offices are to be established. All eleven will be managed by the National Police Commission with a director at the helm of each, answerable to the NPC.
What’s Sri Lanka’s best overseas Test win?
Last Updated May 18 2013 | 05:06 pm